Partner Agencies:

Department of Child Safety: (888) SOS-CHILD
Phoenix Children’s Medical Group: (602) 933-6100
Honor Health Forensic Nurses: (480) 312-6340
Nursewise Crisis Intervention 24-hr Hotline: (866)-495-6735
Pinal County Sheriff’s Office: (520) 866-6800
Apache Junction Police Department: (480) 982-8260
Arizona Department of Public Safety: (602) 223-2030
Casa Grande Police Department: (520) 421-8700
Central Arizona College Police Department: (520) 494-5445
City of Maricopa Police Department: (520) 316-6800
Coolidge Police Department: (520) 723-3091
Eloy Police Department: (520) 466-7324
Florence Police Department: (520) 868-7681
Mammoth Police Department: (520) 487-2348
Superior Police Department: (520) 689-5254

*Federal, and Tribal ‘Agency Assists’ as Needed

The Pinal County Attorney’s Office strives to ensure that victims of crime are treated with fairness, respect and dignity through its Victims Services programs. The Pinal County Attorney’s Office is staffed by Victim Advocates and Legal Assistants dedicated to ensuring victims’ rights are upheld  and assisting victims of crime in navigating the criminal/juvenile justice system. Advocates provide victims with information on the many valuable resources offered by the community.

Prior to charges being formally filed against a suspect, the victim will need to speak with the reporting law enforcement agency for updates on the incident.  After charges have been formally filed, a victim advocate will be assigned to assist you with your case.

In addition to serving victims of crime, advocates are available to provide domestic violence awareness training to the community.

The Pinal County Attorney’s Office strives to ensure that victims of crime are treated with fairness, respect and dignity through its Victims Services programs. The Pinal County Attorney’s Office is staffed by Victim Advocates and Legal Assistants dedicated to ensuring victims’ rights are upheld  and assisting victims of crime in navigating the criminal/juvenile justice system. Advocates provide victims with information on the many valuable resources offered by the community.

Prior to charges being formally filed against a suspect, the victim will need to speak with the reporting law enforcement agency for updates on the incident.  After charges have been formally filed, a victim advocate will be assigned to assist you with your case.

In addition to serving victims of crime, advocates are available to provide domestic violence awareness training to the community.

The Pinal County Attorney’s Office strives to ensure that victims of crime are treated with fairness, respect and dignity through its Victims Services programs. The Pinal County Attorney’s Office is staffed by Victim Advocates and Legal Assistants dedicated to ensuring victims’ rights are upheld  and assisting victims of crime in navigating the criminal/juvenile justice system. Advocates provide victims with information on the many valuable resources offered by the community.

Prior to charges being formally filed against a suspect, the victim will need to speak with the reporting law enforcement agency for updates on the incident.  After charges have been formally filed, a victim advocate will be assigned to assist you with your case.

In addition to serving victims of crime, advocates are available to provide domestic violence awareness training to the community.